I downloaded from semantic.gs an archive that was supposed to contain a touchpad driver. Instead of the usual driver file, inside it there were 3 files, a .dll, a .cat and a .txt readme. The txt was in fact a guide on how to download their stupid driver app and use it to open the cat file to download the driver. Even though the first file I downloaded was advertised and named as a driver containing archive, that was a lie.
maybe this service IS real and maybe the "driver updater DOES its job - i can't say anything to this... BUT, i can say that hiding a service that will cost you behind a (rather bad though) website that never tell you anything about those cost until you download AND install this program is anything but trustworthy in my book.
i tried this only on a tablet which damn asus can't deliver any drivers for and will likely revert the newlly win 10 installation back to the 8.1 but i can only strongly suggest NOT to trust any of such programs to help you out where the blood producer of a hardware should held responsible to deliver this service and for free too...
thats why my bad rating for this seemingly scam-ware from semantic.gs - make of it what you want...
Well i was looking for a driver online for more than 2 hours.
finally realized my time is worth more than 15$ per hour and got the driver manager for 30$. problem solved.
good site. clean download.
Mental note to self: time is money.